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Apple opted out of investing in Intellectual Ventures’ patent acquisition fund, a move that some are calling “a dramatic departure” from (what used to be) the norm.
Heartbleed Bug is to Blame for Recent Cyber Security Breach.
What do you do when you can’t figure out who has standing under the Lanham Act? Make a new rule! At least, that’s what the Supreme Court did in Lexmark International, Inc. v. Static Control Components, Inc.
After three tests confused all Circuit Courts and plaintiffs alike, a unanimous Supreme Court created a clearer rule and affirmed the decision to give Static Control their chance at justice. Read about it here.
The “Innocence of Muslims” saga is far from over as Garcia and Google continue to fight it out in court.
WCL Alumnus publishes article, “The Surprising Breadth of Post-Grant Review for Covered-Business-Method Patents: A New Way to Challenge Patent Claims,” in the Spring 2014 edition of the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review.
EA Sports shies away from allowing users to share creations in order to avoid copyright issues.
The estate of the Notorious B.I.G. is being sued for the copyright infringement of a 1970′s song that was sampled in the 1990′s hit “The What.”
The Geneva Internet Platform, launched on April 8, provides an important venue for internet governance stakeholders to participate in neutral engagements to further common interests in internet governance.
Blurb: Texas A&M quarterback and potential top pick in the upcoming NFL draft, Johnny Manziel, is facing hurdles in attempting to trademark “The House that Johnny Built” because of a friend who filed first.
Google has failed to register “Glass” as a trademark with the USPTO, which claimed the name would create confusion among consumers and was too descriptive. The recent case brings up an issue other tech companies like Facebook have gone through with the USPTO.